Streamlining Tablet Coating Manufacturing By Quadro Engineering Corp.
A large international manufacturer of pharmaceutical tablets was experiencing problems with their tablet coating solution production process. The manufacturer employed a two-tank mixing system: one to produce a pigment solution, the other to produce a gum-based solution. In the pigment production tank, the pigment powders were added to the surface of the liquid and an in-tank high shear mixer was used to incorporate the powders into a solution. This process was dusty and created numerous environmental and health concerns.
Beyond Orifices For DP Flowrate Measurements By Greg Livelli and Steve Pagano, ABB
While the orifice is the most common flowmeter restriction associated with differential pressure (DP) measurements, several others have found a solid place in process applications. Various designs of DP flowmeters provide for an optimum adaptation to the operating conditions and requirements of the user.
Alumina is more correctly known as aluminum III oxide. Porous aluminas are produced from sintering the material at elevated temperatures; alumina in a pellet form is widely used in science and industry to trap out unwanted water and other vapors.
With so many connection options, it can often be an overwhelming task to decide which connector is best suited for a specific application. By understanding your application requirements and selecting the correct connection type, you will have better performance and sealing results.
Docu-Proof Enterprise is the first client-server solution on the market. It combines top-notch text inspection technology with centralized user management for corporate-wide deployment and superior inspections.
Midac has developed a "Puff by Puff" Fourier transform infrared (FTIR) validated smoke analyzer for measuring as many as 30 different compounds in cigarette smoke. The system can measure "whole" smoke, filter pad transported smoke, and side stream smoke.
Although titanium is a familiar construction metal in aerospace and medicine, over 90% of titanium production is used to make titanium dioxide (TiO2) for pigment in the paint, paper, plastics, and ink industries.